TimeLog

Fixing spontaneous quitting

TimeLog is a marvellous piece of software, but it quite often falls over; for example, it may quit immediately after opening, or after a little sorting or filtering of records. This can usually be solved by:

  • deleting the timelog.ini file, found in the System\Apps\Timelog folder on the C (or D?) drive. Restarting TimeLog will cause a fresh .ini file to be created. The method is often useful for other applications.
  • alternatively, saving the file under another name
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